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The CW has signed on to air episodes of DC Universe's <strong>Stargirl </strong>a day after they premiere on the streaming service, according to <em><a href="https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/dc-universe-stargirl-cw-1203412021/">Variety</a></em>. The episodes will also be added to the CW's various digital platforms as well. If accurate, this would the second DC Universe show that will be shared with other WarnerMedia platforms; earlier this year, HBO announced that <em>Doom Patrol</em>'s second season would debut simultaneously on both DC Universe and the HBO Max streaming service. <strong>Stargirl</strong> was originally announced to debut in August/September 2019, but was later pushed back to an unspecified 2020 release date. <em>Variety</em> states that the show is slated to debut "in the second quarter of 2020." The Hollywood trade doesn't state if <strong>Stargirl</strong>'s inclusion on the CW would mean a possible connection to the CW's larger Arrow-verse continuity.